If you’re interested in lucid dreaming it’s great to read about it from more than one source. There’s not many lucid dreaming bloggers out there which is pretty sad, but out of the few floating around they come up with a lot of cool things. I’d definitely recommend everyone start a blog so we can all promote lucid dreaming together. Let’s get it out there for the entire world to see, but we need numbers. If you do have a blog, forum, or cool site I’d love to add you to the list, so please get in touch. You should go check these out and you’ll have plenty of places to choose from when you want something to read.
Ryan Hurd, Dream Studies
I actually read Ryan’s sleep paralysis book months before I even knew he was a blogger, so it was pretty cool to see he had a blog and shared great new content every week or two. If you’re interested in any of the science behind dreaming then Ryan shares a lot of great stuff on that too. The coolest article has to be the one where he was contacted by a mass murderer who was asking about lucid dreaming years before he committed his crime. It’s also the place to go for everything you’ve ever wanted to know about sleep paralysis.
Rebecca Turner, World Of Lucid Dreaming
I’m not sure on the traffic numbers, but I’d guess Rebecca’s blog is the biggest lucid dreaming one on the internet at the moment. There are over 200 articles for you to get your head around. Rebecca’s blog was one of the first I found once I realized lucid dreaming was an actual skill you could learn and waking up in my dreams wasn’t just a psychotic episode I went through when I was young. I’ve actually got an interview with Rebecca about her fast track training course you can read about on here.
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Dream Views is the biggest lucid dreaming forum on the web and there are so many members there like me and you. It’s a nice place to interact with fellow lucid dreamers because I know you probably don’t know many in real life. If you want to ask any specific questions there are plenty of people who will be able to share their experiences with you. If you want somewhere to share your dreams with other people then stick them up in your own online dream journal and people will drop by to read them.
This is another one of my favorite places because it’s a very active community that love talking about everything lucid dreaming. I still don’t know exactly how Reddit works, but it’s nice to share what you know and also learn from people who know stuff you don’t. There are over 66,000 active members at the moment and every day we’re always talking about different things. The website I was building before this one was called Flicker Of Genius, so if you think my username makes me sound like an idiot because it has genius in it you now know why.
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Tim Post, Lucidipedia
This is a great resource if you’d rather watch videos because there are a lot on the site, but you can still get your head around plenty of articles too. Unfortunately, this website is no longer going to be updated and you’ll have to use it as a resource library rather than somewhere you can expect regular content from. They are working on a new project which I don’t know much about so I’ll not mention it here, but you’ll be able to read about it at the site.
Joe and Smith, Get Lucid
Joe gave the first interview in the new series on LA and I’m sure Smith is going to give one too. Their site is pretty cool and they speak about all things lucid as well as having a nice little podcast that is into its second season. I like this blog because just like mine it’s starting out and will hopefully become bigger in the coming years by giving out great content and spreading lucid dreaming to as much people as possible.
Stefan, How To Lucid
‘HowToLucid’ is a lucid dreaming site showing you how to control your dreams, overcome your nightmares and improve your life in general. Learn beginner techniques right up to advanced skills.